白梅学園清修中高一貫部

English Page

Welcome to our site.

 

 We hope you find our page interesting and helpful in your hint for the right school for your child.

 

 Seishu junior and senior high school for young women is a part of the Shiraume Institute.

 

 This school is more orientated towards English fluency in and out of the classroom.

 

Our staff is dedicated to the task of enriching your child's education in all subjects especially in English.

 

 They are also here to help and advice students whenever needed throughout the six years that they attend this school.

 

It is our aim to promote self-motivation and confidence to give them a chance for a better future with English to help them along.

 

We believe that no child should be left behind in the classroom, and that all students learn to stand on their own two feet in time.

 

Seishu junior high provides five English lessons per a week taught by a native speaker who create their own original materials that are user friendly in the classroom.

 

Seishu also uses the latest technology in all classrooms, such as the electrical board, computers and the internet.

 

Students learn English proficiency through presentations, project work and speaking ability testing.

 

The native speaker covers all four skills, such as reading, writing, listening and of course conversation in order to prepare all second year junior high students for an intensive three week summer English course in the United Kingdom.

 

 Students have the chance to attend regular classes with other students from around the world of the same age group who are studying English as a second language.

 

In the first year of high school, students go on a two week cultural trip to France, Germany and Switzerland to experience different customs from that of Japan.

 

 They get to see the sights and taste the delicacies of the regions that they visit and of course the students would need to be able to converse in English to be understood.

 

After each trip abroad, students are put into groups for project work.

 

 Students must present their findings with the help of visual aids. They then give a presentation performance to their parents and students in the lower grades of the school, which is a very exciting time for Seishu.

 

If you have any inquiries about our school, contact us by e-mail seishu@shiraume.ac.jp or by phone.

 

You are also invited to visit our Open Campus.

 

Open Campus schedule

 

Access map + transport and traveling time

 

 

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